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REVIEW OF THE CORN THAVF.…

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111c Kussian ico-lnvaker turno.aftfr n'ach- iii'jr the isl<>t of Seskar, has taken 011 board the 447 fishermen, with horses and fishing appli- ances, who were east ashore there after having drifted out to sea on an iee floe. Hemrlls how that on January 31st there were 5.009 patients in the London fever hospital*. There were 3,751 at the corresponding period of last year. Fifteen years after the disaster, the Whirvviek Colliery Disaster Relief Fund Committee have now completed their labours, and held the final meeting on Saturday. On Saturday the members of the t>ominio<is Royal Commission io inquire into tli,, trade atid resources of the Oversea Dominions left South- ampton for Capetown. For .-ixty-ihree years Mr. John Goodwin hoi officiated in the Smeeth (Kent) Parish Church choir. His father am i he have been connwled with the village choir for over 100 years. A party, it(,Iu(i iig Mr. Robert Smillie (preei- dent of the Miners' Federation) and one of the inspectors of mines, went down and inspected the Senglienydd pit 011 Saturday. Erected at St. Bartholomew's Hospital aa a memorial to the late Dr. Etheringron Syn th, the operating theatre and the ward for sick re- sident- med ical officers have been completed. An estimate of the OUT lav of the Public Health Department- of the City of London for the en- si.illl-- year is 1308.394. The revenue is set down at X50,799, and a rate of lid. in the £ will be required. There is no idace for ineffective Christians in the Church of God," said Bishop Taylor Smith, Chaplain-General to the Forces, at a conference for lay workers in Islington Parish Church on Saturday. Mr. George Jessup, superintendent of the northern district of the Great Eastern Rai!wav at Norwich, on his reti rement has recei ved handsome gftz; from the directors, chief officers, and colleagues. Wireless telegraphy i< being installed at Aylesbury Grammar School. Mrs. Eliza Gordon ha., died at Bowerchalke in her 102nd year. Alderman Sir William Dunn has been elected Master of the Shipwrights' Company. At a banquet at. Otilt.,>n Broit] a swan was served in accordance with ancient custom. Lieutenant Williams. R.N., and a. pilot- have made the first Jtsit paid by airmen to Crotner. An outbreak of diphtheria at Great WTaker- ing. Essex, is ascribed to no sanitation." .For the relief of one family, it is reported, the Marlborough Guardians have paid £ 404 6s. 2Ad. during fifteen years. Four men. it is feared, were drowned in Holy- head harbour of refuge during a. terrific gals Into 111 8aJu.'r1øv n i rht I

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